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Book a ferry to Holyhead with AFerry. Ferries to Holyhead, in Wales, are available from Ireland. You can take a ferry to Holyhead from Dublin.
Holyhead Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Holyhead are operated by Irish Ferries and Stena Line. Because 2 ferry companies operate in and out of Holyhead, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Holyhead, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Liverpool to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Holyhead ferries with Irish Ferries and Stena Line are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Holyhead will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
|Dublin - Holyhead
|Dublin - Holyhead
Holyhead is the largest town on the island of Anglesey. However, Holyhead is actually on a linked smaller island - Holy Island - hence the name Holyhead. The town and port are easily reached by car by taking the A55.
Holyhead and Anglesey are dream destinations for lovers of the outdoors. Here you'll find world-class golf-courses, fishing, nature trails and stunning beaches. If you're thinking about spending some time here before or after your ferry journey, then you certainly should not hesitate.
Ferries to and from Holyhead
Irish Ferries operate a range of fast and conventional ferries on their routes, with extensive on board facilities for your comfort and enjoyment. Board facilities include free WiFi, a brasserie, cafe, shops, bars and two cinemas.
Stena Line ships have many facilities including lounges, play areas, shops, wi-fi access, bars, cafes and restaurants as well as a choice of comfortable en-suite cabins.
Holyhead Ferry Port is located in Anglesey, North Wales. It is a busy Ferry port with routes to Dublin and Dun Laoghaire in Ireland making it an important link for surface transport between England, Wales and Ireland. Archaeological evidence shows people have been sailing from Holyhead to Ireland for the past 4000 years.
Holyhead port facilities
Long term car parking facilities are available. The main car park is located a short distance from the Holyhead Ferry Terminal, but a free Park & Ride bus service operates around the ships arrival and departure times. Payment can be made in cash or by card via one of the machines in the car park.
A short Term car park is available outside the main terminal building for dropping off and picking up passengers. The length of stay is restricted to 20 minutes and is free of charge.
Cars are parked at owner's risk. The car parks are patrolled and have CCTV coverage.
Getting to Holyhead
Holyhead Ferry Port is located near to Holyhead Town Centre, and is reached by following the A5 from the Midlands, or by the A55 from Chester. From there, Holyhead Ferry Port is well signposted.
There are frequent buses and coaches to Anglesey and Holyhead from England and Wales. National Express also offers a service to the Holyhead Ferry terminal.
The Holyhead train station is part of the main line making it easily accessible from the rest of the UK.
Salt Island, Gwynedd, North Wales, LL65 1DR, United Kingdom
Terminal One, Holyhead, Anglesey, Gwynedd, Wales, LL65 1DQ, United Kingdom
18 Oct 2019Pleasant ferry crossing
Relaxing part of our journey.
Review by WILLIAM LESTER
06 Oct 2019Business Trip
Excellent facilities and ease of boarding and disembarking
Review by CHRISTOPHER FITZPATRICK
30 Sep 2019One Happy Chappy
Perfect way to travel between our two beautiful countries.
Review by PATRICK O'RIORDAN
25 Sep 2019Stena ferry Dublin to Holyhead 5 stars
Great trip again thro Aferry, easy to book on the app and smooth checkin and sailing
Review by Mike W
19 Sep 2019Comfort and ease of travel
Club lounge was worth the extra for a relaxed journey. Comfortable seating, good views and great staff and food.
Review by ALAN GILDERSLEVE